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I am Hanna Hredil and I help committed professionals in the pharmaceutical industry advance their communication skills in English so they will be able to improve their job performance and accelerate their career progression.  

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Focus on what you need to advance your communication skills in English

As a professional in the pharmaceutical industry, you might feel that you spend way too much time trying to improve your English, only to continue to have trouble understanding your colleagues/clients when they speak in English, using special vocabulary, business English idioms, expressions, phrases. You feel challenged when participating in meetings in English or have difficulties with business emails.

You’ve watched countless videos, studied grammar books, and even spent money on courses promising better English in a short amount of time. 

However, you're still not at the level you want to be in your career.

The truth is that if you keep doing what you do, you're going to burn out before you ever reach the level of English proficiency you wanted.

Instead of continuing to learn everything, you need to focus on what you need to advance your communication skills in English so you will be able to improve your job performance and secure future career opportunities that is specifically designed for professionals in the pharmaceutical industry like yourself. 

Let me use an analogy to help you understand. 

Let’s say your vitamin C level is low, and you want to fix it. Instead of taking concentrated vitamin C pills, you decide to take multivitamin pills. You know what’s going to happen next. You can take multivitamin pills every day, but your vitamin C level will not improve as much as you’d like because you are not focused on solving the problem. 

It seems very straightforward, but this is exactly what has happened to your English learning journey. 

You have tried to learn everything about English, but really, you only need to focus on learning the English that you need to advance your communication skills in English so you will be able to improve your job performance and secure future career opportunities.

 In order to advance your English communication skills so you can better express yourself in English, so you feel comfortable and confident speaking up in your meetings and write professional emails that leave a great impression, you need to follow steps:


1) Solidify your English communication foundation

Learn more about business culture, specific pharmaceutical industry vocabulary and business vocabulary to understand the culture in the English-speaking business world and to better express yourself within the pharmaceutical industry, so you can have a strong communication foundation to help you succeed in your career.


2) Improve your English communication efficiency

You need to work on your English communication clarity, skills to conduct one-on-one and group/virtual meetings in English so your colleagues and clients can understand you clearly and have confidence while attending meetings in English both in person and virtually. In order to achieve it you have to review/watch materials about intonation and linking, role-play business English conversations including small talk and opening, carrying, and closing conversations. This is how you will improve your English communication efficiency.


3) Build your professional English communication

Focus on preparation for the job interview, giving a presentation or practise your business English writing.


You can learn more about Three Steps For Committed Professionals In The Pharmaceutical Industry To Advance Communication Skills In English in my ebook.





“Dear everybody, I am glad to share my splendid experience of having a course with Hanna Hredil! The course designed especially for the pharmaceutical industry gives you an amazing opportunity to get specific language skills for daily work. Very practical and helpful for pharma professionals who operate English in routine.” 


—  Anton, Head of R&D GMP

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